stefanDaktari

correct canonical tag?

by @stefanDaktari (181), 1 year ago

Hello all, A parameter should always be passed to a page so that the prices valid for the respective year are always displayed there. But there is something wrong with the canonical tag. The tag looks like this:

The URL with which the page is called looks like this:

https://www.wipfelglueck.de/Baumhaus.php?prices=2023

With the SEO this is obviously problematic!? How do I make it right please? I have already looked at some pages with help on this, but I obviously lack the experience to implement this properly. BR Stefan

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ms
by @ms (3786), 1 year ago

Just set the canonical URL to the given URL without parameters.

https://www.wipfelglueck.de/Baumhaus.php
stefanDaktari
by @stefanDaktari (181), 1 year ago

I did it with `` But if I have my site checked then it is obviously not so optimal for the search engines. The reason is "Internal Canonical Link". What does that mean?

stefanDaktari
by @stefanDaktari (181), 1 year ago

link rel="canonical" href="https://www.wipfelglueck.de/Baumhaus.php" /

binayjha
by @binayjha (4444), 1 year ago

Yes, it is problematic to SEO in the current scenario.

The best way of fixing it is through the developer. Just ask your developer to fetch current year and pass prices accordingly. This is possible in programming.

stefanDaktari
by @stefanDaktari (181), 1 year ago

The Problem is, that the same site should be available with the prices for 2022 and also for 2023. One time it is called with "Prices 2022" and the other time with "Prices 2023". Is there a way to have this handled?

stefanDaktari
by @stefanDaktari (181), 1 year ago

Like I did mention above? And I should accept the trouble with the SEO?

binayjha
by @binayjha (4444), 1 year ago

Yes @stefanDaktari, As you mentioned above and remain assured, it will not be a trouble for SEO.

stefanDaktari
by @stefanDaktari (181), 1 year ago

Thank you very much for your support!

sarassalil
by @sarassalil (-135), 1 year ago

The rel=”canonical” link tag (canonical tag) is a tag used in the head section of HTML to indicate that one page overlaps another.

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